DON’T PANIC! These are the words emblazoned on front cover of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a repository of knowledge on how to make your way through the universe for less than thirty Altairan Dollars a day. Provided you don’t stop at too many bars along the way. The TV series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (known here on out as H2G2 … Continue reading The Weekend Binge – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
If you want to find a film that addresses some of the deeper issues and social divides in life, don’t go to a multiplex and sit in a darkened room whilst stuffing down popcorn and watching the phones of the people sitting in front of you light up whenever they get a new mention on twitter. Instead, head off to your local independent cinema and … Continue reading God’s Own Country – Brand New Trailer!
Whilst many will say that Jungle is Radcliffe’s first survival film, I would posit that it is in fact Swiss Army Man where he first showed off his ability to adapt and survive, albeit as a magic corpse. Jungle sees Radcliffe as the protagonist of a “True Story” (Gee Hollywood, why don’t you try being original for once?) where he and his friends are left … Continue reading Jungle – Brand New Trailer!
An unsolved murder in a mountain village in Southern France feels as if it should be the subject of a Netflix documentary. Instead, this is the subject of Jill Daniels’ latest film (Journey to the South) as she takes a look into the quiet town and its inhabitants. It is a shame that Journey to the South isn’t quite as interesting as the above paragraph … Continue reading Journey to the South – East End Film Festival Review
In Extremis constantly feels unsure of of its genre and the story it’s trying to tell. Is it a psychological thriller? A horror? Or an in depth look at the inner turmoil that comes from having your world turned upon its head? Each of these aspects are present within the film, but they tumble together in a haphazard manner, both vying for prominence within the … Continue reading In Extremis – East End Film Festival Review
Watching a film is always a pleasurable experience in some form or other, be it an independent short that has put its heart and soul into every little detail and allows you to discuss the intricacies that make it so unique and wonderful, to a run of the mill blockbuster sequel that was clearly created by the studio because the previous five films in the … Continue reading 8:30 – East End Film Festival Review